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Unread 04-14-2012, 06:15 AM
Sleep apnea and CPAP in hospital

Anyone out there had to deal with a CPAP machine while at the hospital? My sleep doctor has told me I will most likely have to bring my machine with me for use after the surgery but I was just curious how that works. I expect I will be dozing off a lot during the first day - does that mean I will have to have the machine/mask on all the time? That would be annoying. Also, do I have to bring my own distilled water for it or is that usually provided? I know I should ask someone at my pre-op but wanted to see what others have generally done. Thanks~
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Unread 04-14-2012, 07:17 AM
Re: Sleep apnea and CPAP in hospital

Definately speak to the Hospital. They may be able to provide you with a machine while you are there. Of course they will charge
I take vitamin D and calcium daily and told them that when I did my preop. They added them to my daily meds while I was in the castle, they showed up on my itemized bill.
If nothing else it will give the hospital a heads up.
Best of Luck to you.

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